Photographer's Note

Not very original, and the subject is too centered, but I uploaded it because:
1) I believe this is the only photo of this bridge on this site taken before the 1990's war. It would be interesting to compare the rest of the skyline to those taken recently, the bridge has of course been rebuilt.
2) This is probably the oldest photo I will ever upload here, taken on my first trip alone overseas.
3) To add orange colour to my map.

Taken with 50mm lens, using "mystery" film (the negative strip reads KODAK 5094 CP 100). I'm adding a B&W conversion to workshop.

About the bridge:
The 28-metre-long and 20-metre-high bridge, listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, was built by the Ottoman Turks in 1566 of 456 blocks of stone, hundreds of which fell into the river when the bridge was destroyed during Croat-Muslim clashes.

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